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Advanced Placement

Advanced Placement / International Baccalaureate Policy

Advanced Placement exam scores of 4 or 5 will transfer to Albright and count at least for elective credit toward your graduation requirements. Certain AP exams will count toward core requirements or major requirements. See below for specifics.

AP Exam Albright Equivalent Course General Studies Category
2-D Art & Design ART 183 Topics in Art Elective
3-D Art & Design ART 183 Topics in Art Elective
Art History ART 106  Art History II Foundations –Fine Arts
Biology BIO 101  Biology Foundations-Natural Science
Calculus AB MAT 131  Calculus I Foundations-Quantitative
Calculus BC MAT 132  Calculus II Elective or Major Credit
Chemistry CHE 100  Chemistry Foundations-Natural Science
Chinese Score of 4

Chinese Score of 5

CHI 301 Advanced Chinese I

CHI 302 Advanced Chinese II

AP world language exam score of 5: credit is awarded for 301 and 302; you will not need to take an additional language course
Comparative Government POL 205  Comparative Politics Foundations-Social Science
Computer Science A CSC 119  Intro to Programming Foundations-Quantitative
Computer Science Principles CSC 119 Intro to Programming Foundations-Quantitative
Economics – Both Micro and Macro ECO 105 Principles of Economics Foundations-Social Science
Economics – Either Micro or Macro ECO 184 Economics Foundations-Social Science
English Language & Composition ENG 101 Composition Composition
English Literature & Composition ENG 101 Composition Composition
Environmental Science ESS 184  Environmental Science Foundations-Natural Science
European History HIST 122  European History Foundations-Humanities
French Score of 4

French Score of 5

FRE 301 Advanced French I

FRE 302 Advanced French II

Take FRE 302 To Complete Foreign Language

Completes Foreign Language Requirement

German Score of 4

German Score of 5

GER 301 Advanced German I

GER 302 Advanced German II

Take GER 302 To Complete Foreign Language

Completes Foreign Language Requirement

Human Geography SPI 211 Geography Elective Only
Italian Score of 4

Italian Score of 5

ITA 301 Advanced Italian I

ITA 302 Advanced Italian II

AP world language exam score of 5: credit is awarded for 301 and 302; you will not need to take an additional language course
Japanese Score of 4

Japanese Score of 5

MFL 301 Advanced Japanese I

MFL 302 Advanced Japanese II

AP world language exam score of 5: credit is awarded for 301 and 302; you will not need to take an additional language course
Latin Score of 4

Latin Score of 5

LAT 301 Advanced Latin I

LAT 302 Advanced Latin II

Take LAT 302 To Complete Foreign Language

Completes Foreign Language Requirement

Music Theory MUS 135 Music Theory Foundations-Fine Arts
Physics B PHY 201  Physics I Foundations-Natural Science
Physics C PHY 202  Physics II Elective or Major Credit
Psychology PSY 100 General Psychology Foundations-Social Science
Research SPI 183 Special Topics in General Studies Elective
Seminar SPI 183 Special Topics in General Studies Elective
Statistics MAT 110  Statistics Foundations-Quantitative
Spanish Score of 4

Spanish Score of 5

SPA 301 Advanced Spanish I

SPA 302 Advanced Spanish II

Take SPA 302 To Complete Foreign Language

Completes Foreign Language Requirement

Spanish Literature & Culture SPA 380 Spanish Literature and Culture Elective or Major Credit
Studio Art ART 185 Introduction to Studio Art Foundation- Fine Arts
United States Govt. & Politics POL 101  US Government Foundations-Social Science
United States History HIS 152 US History Foundations-Humanities
World History HIS 135 World History Foundations-Humanities

 

 

International Baccalaureate Policy

Six course units of credit are available for holders of an International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma with superior performance (scores of 5 or higher) on at least three higher-level exams. Individual course credit is available for scores of 5 or higher on single higher-level IB course exams.

All exams scores should be sent to the Albright Admission Office or the Registrar’s Office after choosing to enroll at the College.